-[Vegeta] appears in the second installment from the highest peak movable figure brand [IMAGINATION WORKS].
――In order to make a 2D character three-dimensional, we applied [dense modeling] and [fine coloring] that can only be done with about 1/9 scale, which is larger than the standard about 1/12 scale, and [the best. [IMAGINATION WORKS], the [highest peak movable figure] series sent by Tamashii Nations in pursuit of [appearance]. The second is [Vegeta].
--Modeling [Deepening modeling]
High-density modeling that was possible because it was about 1/9 scale. In order to increase the sense of density, the surface composition has been increased to make it more three-dimensional.
--Coloring [Presence of coloring]
An overwhelming presence that is released by effectively adding shadows and gradations to the surface composition.
--Texture [Cloth seamless pursuing the best appearance]
The arms and legs of the Saiyan suit are reproduced with [cloth]. By hiding the joints of the arms and legs, it is a three-dimensional expression that transcends conventional movable figures.
--Value [Method of creating variations in facial expressions]
IMAGINATION WORKS As with Son Goku, the specifications are a combination of facial expression parts and eye-gaze parts.
You can make up to 12 different facial expressions with 2 different facial expressions and 3 different eyes for each of the black hair and Super Saiyan.
--Movable [Movable guided]
Adopted a joint structure that makes it easy to determine the pose even when the cloth is covered. Various poses of Vegeta are decided.
・ Main body
・ Face parts for black hair
・ Two types of black hair normal face eye parts
・ Three types of eye parts for black hair clenched face
・ Head parts for Super Saiyan
・ Two types of Super Saiyan face parts
・ 3 types of super saiyan normal face eye parts
・ Three types of eye parts for Super Saiyan screaming faces
・ Replacement wrist left and right 3 types each
・ Replacement arm assembly parts
・ A set of pedestals
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )